City planners can now leverage information, communication technology, and Internet of Things (IoT) technology to create and manage safe, efficient communities.
Around the world, governments now sponsor “Smart City” initiatives to increase safety and improve city services. These programs prioritize technologies that measurably improve the quality of life and efficiency of communities, while also reducing costs.
Smart City networks can be any size and density. In fact, some of the most dramatic achievements have been made in smaller communities where applications are deployed in “greenfield” environments.
Smart cities invest in technologies that empower collaboration, enabling communities to share sensor data and leverage common IP-based communications infrastructure. Wireless broadband provides the high-speed connectivity needed, supporting proven solutions that can be deployed at a fraction of the cost and time of fiber or wired connectivity.
- Video Surveillance
- Public WiFi connectivity
- Connectivity at Special Events
- Traffic Control and Digital Signage
- Infrastructure Monitoring and Control
- Street Light Controls
- Automatic Metering Infrastructure
- Parking Lot Automation